wood burning stoves
newton resident

Lincolnton, NC

#1 Jan 29, 2011
With my heating bill being so high this winter I'm thinking about getting a wood burning stove. To everyone out there that has one can you tell me how you like yours & what is the best brand to buy.What do I look for in a wood burning stove? Who & where do I find someone qualified to install one at a decent price? Where do I find good seasoned wood at a decent price,& what is a good price for a truck load? Anyother information will be helpful--thanks.

Clayton, NC

#2 Feb 3, 2011
we have a 1928 vintage wood cook stove and we save tons of money on heating. our oil furance is set to come on if the temp inside gets below 50 and it dont come on very much! We filled our oil drum last yr and we fill about every third yr. we have plenty of wood on our property so we dont buy it but there is a guy that sells it for 75.00 a truck load delivered.hard woods.we installed it ourselves. very easy to do. we also cook on it in the winter time and save on eletric

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